Deutsche Bank in Australia

Deutsche Bank has been operating in Australia since 1973 with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. With 700 people, our Sydney office is one of the bank’s four hubs – together with Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo – in the Asia Pacific region.

Businesses in Australia

Corporate & Investment Bank

Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) combines Deutsche Bank’s Corporate Finance, Equities, Fixed Income & Currencies and Global Transaction Banking businesses. This new business division was created in 2017 with the aim to ensure greater alignment of product and sales efforts, enabling the bank to deliver a better service to clients and a more focused resource allocation.

Corporate Finance is comprised of regional and industry-focused coverage teams that ensure the delivery of the entire range of financial products and services to the bank’s corporate clients. The business includes the Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) team as well as the debt and equity capital markets (DCM and ECM) teams.

Equities is a market-leading provider of equity and equity-linked products to institutional, corporate and retail clients worldwide. The equities platform is built on four product lines – Equity Trading, Equity Derivatives, Global Investment Solutions and Prime Finance – setting the standard in trading, origination, financing and distribution.

Fixed Income & Currencies brings together a top-ranked institutional sales force, world-class research with trading and structuring expertise across Foreign Exchange, Rates, Credit and Emerging Markets. The Fixed Income & Currencies business enables Deutsche Bank to respond to increasing automation, regulatory expectations and client demand for standardisation and transparency in execution across fixed income, currency and emerging markets.

Global Capital Markets (GCM) offers clients access to the bank’s expertise in financing and risk management solutions. This includes Equity Capital Markets, Debt Capital Markets, Leveraged Debt Capital Markets and the Financing and Solutions Group. GCM works closely with the bank’s Corporate Finance and Institutional Client Group businesses.

Global Transaction Banking (GTB) is a leading global provider of cash management, trade finance and securities services, delivering the full range of commercial banking products and services for both corporates and institutions worldwide.


DWS Group

DWS Group (DWS) is one of the world's leading asset managers. Building on more than 60 years of experience and a reputation for excellence in Germany and across Europe, DWS has come to be recognized by clients globally as a trusted source for integrated investment solutions, stability and innovation across a full spectrum of investment disciplines.

We offer individuals and institutions access to our strong investment capabilities across all major asset classes and solutions aligned to growth trends. Our diverse expertise in Active, Passive and Alternatives asset management – as well as our deep environmental, social and governance focus – complement each other when creating targeted solutions for our clients. Our expertise and on-the-ground-knowledge of our economists, research analysts and investment professionals are brought together in one consistent global CIO View, which guides our strategic investment approach.

DWS wants to innovate and shape the future of investing: with approximately 3,600 employees in offices all over the world, we are local while being one global team.

In Australia, DWS offers solutions and investment management capabilities, including Global Equities (passive, fundamental, systematic), Global Fixed Income (active and passive), Global and Australian Listed and Private Property, Listed and Private Infrastructure, and Multi-Asset.



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    Level 16, Deutsche Bank Place
    Corner of Hunter and Phillip Streets
    Sydney NSW 2000
    Tel: +61 2 8258 1234
    Fax: + 61 2 8258 1400

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